History Society Lecture

24 January 2019 - 17:45 to 19:00

This event is now fully booked. Please email Rachel James  to be placed on the waiting list. 

This is a History Society Lecture on 'Thomas Cromwell'. 

 A lecture from Dr Tracy Borman Historian, Author, Chief Curator for Historic Royal Palaces and Chief Executive of the Heritage Education Trust.

The Event

Registration: 17:30
Lecture: 17:45
Location: The Bingham Room
Qualifying Session (QS): Not accredited as a QS
Cost: Free of charge but booking is required

The Speaker

Dr. Tracy Borman studied and taught history at the University of Hull and was awarded a PHD in 1997. She went on to a successful career in heritage and has worked for a range of historic properties and national heritage organisations, including the Heritage Lottery Fund, The National Archives and English Heritage. She is now Chief Executive of the Heritage Education Trust, a charity that encourages children to visit and learn from historic properties through the Sandford Award scheme. She is also joint Chief Curator for Historic Royal Palaces, the charity that manages Hampton Court Palace, the Tower of London, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace, the Banqueting House, Whitehall and Hillsborough Castle.

Dr. Borman often appears on television and radio, and is a regular contributor to history magazines, notably BBC History. She gives talks on her books across the country. Apart from 'Thomas Cromwell : The Untold Story of Henry VIII’s Most Faithful Servant' , Dr Borman’s other well reviewed books include 'The Private Lives of The Tudors and Elizabeth’s Women: The Hidden Story of The Virgin Queen'.


Booking will open approximately 8 weeks prior to the event and will close, (for barrister members) 4 clear working days and (for student members) 5 clear working days before the event. 

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